Top 3 Must-Do Halloween Activities in NY

October has arrived and it’s time to explore exciting ways to celebrate Halloween in the city. If you are or will be in New York during the month of October, here are 3 must-do Halloween activities!

The Village Halloween Parade


The Village Halloween Parade should be at the top of your list. Besides the hundreds of parade goers dressed up in their Halloween best, you’ll also be treated to amazing puppetry and enjoy diverse music, as well.

The parade kicks off at 7:00 pm on October 31, 2017. It begins in Greenwich Village, goes up 6th St. from Spring St. and continues all the way to 16th St. The parade ends at 10:30 pm.

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The Great Jack O’ Lantern Blaze


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One of the coolest things to do in New York to celebrate Halloween is to visit the Great Jack O’ Lantern Blaze located at 525 S Riverside Ave, Croton-On-Hudson, NY. Croton-On-Hudson is located under an hour train ride from Grand Central Terminal.

The blaze is a walk-through experience, where you will see thousands of hand-carved pumpkins. It is not a free activity, the price for adults is $20 and it is highly recommended that you purchase your tickets in advance, since they often sell out very quickly.


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Candlelight Ghost Tours of ‘Manhattan’s Most Haunted House

The candlelight ghost tour is certainly a spooky experience. It is a 50 minutes tour through what is now called the merchant house. Exploring the house in the dark, you will hear chilling tales of the past and see ghostly shadows that will provide an eerie evening of spooky fun.

The first night available for this tour is on October 21st and the last night will be on October 31st.  It’s highly recommended that your purchase tickets and reserve your tour in advance.


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